Heather Brooke (Author of The Silent State )

Brooke is Professor of Journalism at City University London’s Department of Journalism. She is the author of Your Right to Know (2006), The Silent State (2010), and The Revolution Will Be Digitised (2011).

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Heather Brooke – Wikipedia

Brooke is Professor of Journalism at City University London’s Department of Journalism. She is the author of Your Right to Know (2006), The Silent State (2010), and The Revolution Will Be Digitised (2011).

Born: 1970 (age 47–48), Pennsylvania, U.S.

Silent State « Heather Brooke

Silent State Revealing that the recent MPs’ expenses scandal is merely the tip of the iceberg, Heather Brooke exposes the shocking and often farcical lack of transparency at all levels of government.

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Book Review: The Silent State by Heather Brooke

The Silent State is Heather Brooke’s polemic against government secrecy and the systemic surveillance of the day to day lives of UK citizens. Heather Brooke is best known as the journalist who pursued a Freedom of Information Request with Parliament to disclose details of MP expenses.

The Silent State : Secrets, Surveillance and the Myth of

Heather Rose Brooke (born 1970) is an American journalist and freedom of information campaigner. Resident since the 1990s in the UK, she is best known for her role in helping to expose the 2009 United Kingdom parliamentary expenses scandal, which culminated in the resignation of House of Commons Speaker Michael Martin.

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The Silent State: Secrets, Surveillance and the Myth of

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